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TOPIC: Smooth out stuttering slo-mo?

Smooth out stuttering slo-mo? 20 Dec 2018 15:35 #98238

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Hey!

So, I goofed a bit and shot some stuff in 25p that really should have been shot in 50p... when playing the 25p clips at 50% in a 25p timeline they get a bit stutter-y... although in this case it gives it a bit surreal feel that sort of fits the video... but are there any tricks to smooth that out somewhat?

cheers

DZ

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Smooth out stuttering slo-mo? 20 Dec 2018 22:41 #98244

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Try switching Quality to frame blending or optical flow.

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Smooth out stuttering slo-mo? 21 Dec 2018 04:39 #98248

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in addendum to Ben's reply…

Give my plugin a chance:
www.fcp.co/forum/film-looks-effects/2563...-to-add-blur-in-fcpx

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Smooth out stuttering slo-mo? 21 Dec 2018 13:59 #98252

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FCPX.guru wrote: Try switching Quality to frame blending or optical flow.

That did the trick! Had forgotten about Optical Flow, thanks for the reminder!

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